Beneteau Oceanis 46.1 | 2024

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  • Make Beneteau
  • Model Oceanis 46.1
  • Year 2024
  • LOA 46ft/14m
  • Class Sailing Cruiser
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Fin Keel
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Drive Sail Drive
  • Layout Aft Cockpit
  • Berths 10
  • Cabins 4
  • Aft Cabins 2
  • Ancasta Ref 44244
  • Name Beneteau Oceanis 46.1 - Navigare Yacht Invesrment


The Oceanis 46.1 boasts all the features of a large cruising yacht, with a rare balance between elegance, usable space and performance. Her stepped hull opens an incredible amount of space inside and yet her seakeeping performance is still impressive.

Winner of the European Yacht of the year 2019

Exterior design
Apart from her performance at sea and the huge amount of space that set this boat apart, this architecture makes optimal use of the cockpit beam. An incredibly efficient deck plan makes her wonderfully safe and easy to use. The furling mast, self-tacking jib and all the halyards and sheets brought back to a single winch at each of the helm stations make manoeuvring simple when short-handed sailing.

Interior design
The Oceanis 46.1 has a very spacious cockpit with space for 8 guests around a large table. Large hull portholes bring a considerable amount of natural light right into the centre of the boat. A choice of light brushed oak or mahogany set the tone and creates the interior atmosphere, which can be readily customized.

Ancasta and Navigare Yachting have partnered up to offer you the opportunity to invest in this brand new Beneteau Oceanis 46.1. The Navigare Yacht and Lifestyle investment program guarantees a broad range of holiday possibilities with absolutely none of the hassle or costs usually associated with yacht ownership. Place your boat in the Mediterranean, BVI, or Bahamas for up to 7 years - get access to sailing and holiday accommodation worldwide! (see images for investment programme opportunities)

Navigare Complete - Buy the yacht in Navigare Complete and get income on your yacht of up to 8.5% through our charter management programme.
Navigare Ultimate - Buy a yacht in Navgigare Ultimate an receive a variable return up to 12% annually for up to 7 seasons
Navigare Smart - Pay a fraction of the value for a new boat and let the charter income finance the rest.

You get access to our online system "Navigare Service Platform" where all service, maintenance, and any repairs on your yacht are taken care of and registered.

You can have your yacht with Navigare Yachting for up to 7 years. After the charter period, there are different options, you can take your yacht home, you can upgrade to a new one, and we can also help you sell your yacht.

You always have access to the Holiday Program, which provides access to sailing over 53 destinations worldwide, luxury holiday accommodation on land, and skiing in the Alps.

With Navigare Yachting you get the lifestyle most people dream of!



Navigare Programme Structure

Layout Lower Deck

4 cabin Layout example

Layout Lower Deck

Layout Oceanis 46.1 5 Cabin 3 heads example


Built by Beneteau
Beautiful family sailing yacht designed by:
Naval Architect - PascalConq
Outside & interior design - Nauta Design

White coloured hull with grey metal hull graphics
GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Hull portholes (eight)
Fully opening transom, convertible to swim platform with solid wood
Twin rudders hung with stainless steel stock
Steering wheel consoles (two)
Open stainless steel pulpit (one)
Stainless steel pushpits (two)
Double guard lines and stainless steel stanchions
Side boarding gate on either side
Solid wood slatted helm seats, cockpit benches and floor
Solid wood decking on companionway sunbeds
Steering compass on cockpit table (one)
Emergency tiller

LOA: 14.60m / 47'11
LWL: 13.24 / 43'5
Beam: 4.50m / 14'9
Draft: 2.35m / 7'9
Light Displacement: 10,600kg

Photos 'sistership'

(all figures are approximate)


Anodised aluminium mast, deck stepped with in-mast furling
Twin aft-swept spreaders
Anodised aluminium boom
Cathedral type single-strand stainless steel standing rigging
Split backstay
Rigid boom vang with tackle
Self-tacking jib with on-deck furler
1 self-tacking jib track with traveller
2 stand Up mainsheet blocks on the coachroof
All lines brought back to the helm stations (except boom topping lift and genoa halyard)
Complete running rigging: main halyard, genoa halyard with cleat on mast, boom topping lift with cleat on mast, mainsheet, 1 self-tacking jib sheet
6 clutches
Halyard covers
2 flag halyards

1 self tailing winch (H40.2 STA) at each helm station
1 aluminium speed grip winch handle
2 winch handle holders

Furling mainsail dacron, with UV protection natural, horizontal cut
Self-tacking jib dacron with UV protection natural, horizontal cut


Alpi mahogany interior wood
Parquet type laminated floors
Interior cushions in cloth
Padded lining in saloon (Beige)

Headroom: 2,01 m / 6’7’’
U-shaped saloon bench - double density foam
Saloon table - wooden top
Central seat facing the table, without backrest
Mirror on bulkhead, at base of companionway
Storage under bench seats
Bookshelf against forward bulkhead
1 electrical panel for access to electrical connections (to starboard)
2 hull portholes
2 coaming glazing
2 opening deck hatches with mosquito blinds

Headroom: 1,94 m / 6’4’’
L-shaped galley
Work top in clay compact with corian fiddles
2 stainless steel sink *2 rectangular basins - 1 mixer tap with hot/cold
water under pressure - clay compact sink cover with cutting board function on back
1 gas cooker 2 burners - stainless steel oven on gimbal - stainless steel protection handrail
1 85litre ice box, top opening (without refrigeration unit)
1 130 litre refrigerator (12 V), front opening
Fitted lockers and closed shelving
Bin under sink
Low unit : 1 drawer, 2 doors against companionway bulkhead
1 opening portlight with curtains in the coachroof side window
1 hull porthole

(4 cabins 4 heads version)
Two cabins aft with double berths and en-suite heads
Two cabins forward with double berths and en-suite heads

Headroom: 1,95 m / 6’5’’
1 double bed (2 m x 1,40 m x 0,80 m / 6’7’’ x 4’7’’ x 2’7’’)
1 hanging locker - 2 closed high shelves, 2 open cubby holes
1 drawer under the bed
1 swivelling reading light
1 deck hatch with mosquito blind
1 hull porthole with sliding blind
2 USB sockets
Access door to the head

Headroom: 1,92 m / 6’4’’
1 double bed (2,05 m x 1,40 m / 6’9’’ x 4’7’’)
1 hanging locker - 2 cupboards - 1 cubby hole locker
1 bed access sideboard
2 flexible and multi-directional reading lights at bedhead
2 USB sockets
1 hull porthole with sliding blind
1 opening glazing in cockpit backreast with curtain

Headroom: 1,92 m / 6’4’’
1 double bed (2,05 m x 1,40 m / 6’9’’ x 4’7’’)
1 hanging locker - 1 cupboard - 1 cubby hole locker
1 bed access sideboard
2 flexible and multi-directional reading lights at bedhead
2 USB sockets
1 hull porthole with sliding blind
1 opening glazing in cockpit backreast with curtain

(5 cabins 3 heads version)
The starboard head of the standard version is replaced by a cabin with bunk beds:
Headroom: 1,92 m / 6’4’’
2 bunk beds: top bunk (2,04 m x 0,67 m- 0,53 m / 6’8’’ x 2’2’’- 1’9’’) -
Bottom bunk (2,00 m x 0,60 m- 0,42 m / 6’7’’ x 2’- 1’5’’)
1 opening porthole with curtain

Photos 'sistership'


Yanmar Diesel:- 57HP, common rail
Engine control at the starboard helm station - control panel
Engine compartment: soundproofing foam - ventilation: 3 air intakes and 1 forced air outlets
1 alternator 12 V / 125 Ah
1 rotomoulded diesel tank 200 L / 53 US gal (under starboard aft berth) - electronic gauge - low level alarm - 1 deck filler
Filters: sea water - diesel - water separator
Fixed three blades propeller
1 engine access through companionway (opening with 2 gas struts) -
2 engine access through aft cabins

12V circuit
2 service batteries (120 Ah) - 1 engine battery (120 Ah)
1 power distributor
12 V Electrical panel (fuses - voltmeter - water gauge - fuel gauge - battery warning - fuel warning - water warning)
3230V sockets
9 USB sockets
1 shore power socket (230V)
Lighting: overhead lights - reading lights - reading light, flexible and multi-directional
LED navigation lights: 1 masthead light - 1 steaming light - 1 anchor light on masthead
Wire runs for option cables

1 rotomoulded freshwater tank 330 L / 87 US gal, under berth in forward cabin - 1 deck filler
Pressurised electric water pump - expansion tank - Inline filter
40L / 11 US gal electric water heater (engine use)
1 rigid black water holding tank for each WC
Electrical shower drain pumps
1 electric bilge pump
1 manual bilge pump
1 electric pump for the ice box drain

1 Box for 2 gas bottles in the cockpit (Diameter: 0,28 m/ 11’’ x Height: 0,44 m/ 1’5’’)
Regulator and safety tap


Aluminium mooring cleats (six)
Cockpit shower with mixer tap
Stainless steel removable bathing ladder
Windlass vertical electrical 12V 1000W
Manual toilets with holding tanks
USB & 230V sockets
LED navigation lights
Pressurised electric water pump - expansion tank
Electrical & Manual bilge pump

Bow stainless steel protection
Aft transom protection
Cockpit bench extensions and two halyard bags below
Luxe polyester cockpit table with central storage, stainless steel handrail and lighting
Fusion interior speakers and waterproof exterior speakers
Double berth in saloon
Galley sea water/fresh water foot pump
Galley refrigeration system 12V in top-opening icebox (for storage below 0 degrees C)
Galley compact sink cover Clay with chopping board
Fans in saloon and cabins
Mosquito nets on portholes
Saloon and Galley LED indirect lighting
Battery charge display, Navicolor screen (3.5")
100 amperes additional service batteries (three)
40 amperes battery charger (one)
AGM batteries in lieu of standard

Set of cushions for Oceanis 46.1
Charter ready preperation - including; Antifouling with double epoxy treatment, First filling and engine service
Galley and cooking equipment
Gas bottles (two)
Sheets, pillowcases, towels and kitchen towels
Spare fuel canisters 1 x 22l, 1 x 5L
Boat hook
Power cord for shore supply 30m
Liferaft 10 person
Horseshoe life buoy, support & cover
Rescue sling (life sling)
Emergency flares
Fire extinguishers
Safety harnesses and rope with hooks
Life jackets
Fog horn
Radar Reflector
Shroud cutters
First aid kit
Nationality flags
Mask, snorkel & fins
Toolbox with tools
Water hose 25m
Deck brush and bucket
Navigational and deck gear
Safety gear
Navigare wifi system 3G/4G

Photos 'sistership'

Broker Comments

Navigare Yachting is one of the "Big Four" worldwide charter companies working in partnership with Ancasta providing charter management solutions. The majority of the 300 boat fleet is owned by investors who have bought into one of Navigare's three purchase plans and benefit from some very flexible holiday programmes that are associated with all Navigare schemes. The Beneteau Oceanis 46.1 boasts impressive additional space in favour of comfort and this can be seen in all aspects of the interior fittings. Large portholes bring in lots of natural light right into the heart of the boat, creating depth and elegance in the interior and providing a spectacular view of the horizon. Well equipped and ideal for an alfresco lifestyle and having fun with family and friends. This boat is a 4 cabin layout however you have the option to specify the boat to suit your requirements.

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Purchase Information

Ancasta are acting as brokers for the vendor who is not selling in the course of business unless otherwise stated. These details are prepared from information provided by the vendor and are intended only as a guide to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute part of any contract.

A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and to have the vessel fully surveyed by a qualified marine surveyor. Details are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through Ancasta brokerages. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice. Please Note: where the vessel’s status shows as “Preliminary”, details of the vessel have not yet been confirmed by the Vendor.

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